(Named (Greek hydro, "water" + genes, "generating") by Antoine Laurent Lavoisier in reference to the generation of water from the combustion of hydrogen) A flammable, colorless, odorless, tasteless, gaseous chemical element, the lightest of the elements. Hydrogen-2 is called deuterium; hydrogen-3 is called tritium.
with 101,325 pascal
s): 0.08988 g
: -1, +1
Ground state electron configuration